Sensor data has the potential to transform how we define health and disease and increase our ability to make better decisions, faster, across patient care and clinical research.
To realize this potential at scale, organizations from across the tech and healthcare sectors have developed an open access toolkit through the Digital Medicine Society (DiMe) Sensor Data Integrations project. Join us on July 18 as experts from Amazon Web Services, Anthem, Evidation, FDA, IEEE, Moffitt Cancer Center, Human First, Medable, Open mHealth, Oracle, Takeda, Savvy Co-op, and the Veteran’s Health Administration report on the state of sensor data use in healthcare and unveil these new resources for the first time.
Micky Tripathi, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, kicked off this public launch event with opening remarks.
Explore the Sensor Data Integrations resources